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Russia Just Officially Ended Obama By Publicly Exposing His ‘Secrets’ From When He Was Still In Office

Trump was right! This is bad!

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So it appears the so-called “Reset Button” the Secretary of State Hillary “Cackles” Clinton and then President Barack Hussein Obama touted during the past administration when it came to Russian relations has a lot more to it than anyone could ever have imagined. Actually, not sure how much of that was true considering most people on the right pretty much knew the world was in for some turbulent times with a wimp like Obama and an opportunistic political whore like Clinton at the helm fundamentally transforming the Nation.

When asked earlier this week Moscow’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova gave a rather long answer as to what exactly was going on during the past administration and how it has affected our relations with Russia, a nation who can very well be as President Ronald Reagan called it, “Trust but Verify” ally.

Question: “How do you see the future of Russian-US diplomatic relations in the context of the current atmosphere in Washington? Can you confirm that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will come to Moscow in April?”

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Maria Zakharova (Moscow): “Apparently, many volumes have been written about the development of Russian-US relations. I announced the release of the Foreign Ministry’s yearend Diplomatic Bulletin and even showed it at the previous briefing. I believe that about 20 percent of that bulletin was devoted to Russian-US relations, the way we see them, how we want them to develop, what we expect from Washington, what we are willing to do with the United States, the priority areas of cooperation, areas where our cooperation should be revived without delay and the areas where this can wait, at least for a limited time. This issue has been covered in interviews by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, comments by Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov and in numerous statements made at all levels by representatives from various Russian agencies, political analysts and politicians, as well as officials from the legislative and executive authorities. We can talk about bilateral relations with a different degree of mastery, but we would like to start implementing our relationship at long last.

We provided our views on bilateral relations and the reasons for blocking them under President Obama. We said that we were willing to work with the new US administration, under President Trump. I don’t think we need to invent anything in this respect because so much has been said before. Simply, we should start concrete practical work. We are ready for this.

You know that we always invite our American colleagues and diplomats to join bilateral or multilateral dialogues on issues in which the United States has traditionally played a big and active role, such as Syria, the consultations in Astana and many others. We expect Washington to formulate its foreign policy approaches in the form of a concept. We are ready for pragmatic and specific work on the principles that we have described many times.

As for the visit by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the information about it, this is what I can say. It’s not a secret that preparations for any visit include the coordination of the time when it can be announced. Visits by foreign ministers are public events that are never kept secret. At least, I don’t know about any secret visits by foreign ministers in Russia or the United States. Preparations for such a visit also include the coordination of the format, agenda and the date it can be announced to the public. It is a matter of propriety and respect for each other’s interests. One side proposes a date, and the other side is expected to accept it. This date should be acceptable to both sides, because the foreign ministers have packed schedules. The issue also concerns the coordination of the agenda by experts. One side informs the other side of the issues it plans to discuss, and the other side needs to respond that the agenda is acceptable. In other words, the sides need to reach agreements on many issues, after which they can announce an upcoming visit. This is how we work with our colleagues.

To tell the truth, over the past few years we’ve seen many strange things happen in Washington in connection with preparations for visits or talks by our foreign ministers. The US Department of State has more than once asked us not to announce planned visits until the last minute. This is not our tradition. We have been operating openly for years, but we have respected the requests we have received from our colleagues in Washington in the past few years. But what happened after that? First, the US Department of State asked us to keep the planned visit quiet and not to announce it until the last possible minute, until we coordinated the date. We did as they asked. But a day or two later the information was leaked by the US State Department and sometimes by the US administration. Frankly, this put Russia and the media in a strange situation, because they didn’t know who to believe – the official agencies or the many leaks.

It is difficult to say if this diplomatic communication is a US tradition or the latest technique. But it definitely doesn’t correspond to our traditions. We believe that everything we coordinate should be made available to the media in accordance with diplomatic procedure. When we coordinate a visit and the date for announcing it, the information should be made public calmly and as agreed. This is what we do in relations with our colleagues from other countries.

As I said, such cases in our relations with the US Department of State have become a bad tradition over the past few years. So, I can say in response to your question that we will make the date and format of contacts between the Russian and US foreign ministers public after we coordinate them. We won’t keep them quiet. At this point, I don’t have any information I can share with you. I can say that this visit and such contacts are possible in principle, but it would be premature to talk about timeframes.

Also, I would like to say that if the practice of leaking information that concerns not just the United States but also Russia, which has become a tradition in Washington in the past few years, continues, there will come a day when the media will publish leaks about the things that Washington asked us to keep secret, for example, things that happened during President Obama’s terms in office. Believe me, this could be very interesting information.”

If everything she said in her statement is indeed true, which I tend to believe it is, it seems the Obama administration was actively trying to get into a cold war with Russia or at the very least to not have any relations with them at all.

It’s mind boggling as to why the US wouldn’t want to have an ally as strong as Russia by its side. But then again, maybe not. Russia and Putin are the major obstacles to billionaire, and all around scumbag, George Soros and his plan for a one world government, otherwise known as “NWO.”

Let’s not forget Obama, a nobody who never stood out in anything, burst onto the scene in 2004 because of a well-delivered speech he gave at the 2004 Democratic convention in Fleet Center in Boston Massachusetts.

This is what we get when we elect a person because of their skin color or their plumbing, instead of the content of their character. Elections have consequences.

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Trump Just Rained Down Hell On North Korea 7,500 Times Today After Kim Jong-un Put His Finger On Trigger

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With the growing threat from North Korea becoming an ever-growing issue on the minds of Americans, many want to know what the President plans to do about it. Since the majority of us feel a little shaken up and almost like we’re in recovery from a bad relationship with our last Commander-in-Chief, we’re waiting with baited breath to see how this one will handle a crisis.

Since the threat from North Korea isn’t a new one but was never dealt with, the President is having to make up for lost time to give North Korea a strong show of force. Even though it’s not very appealing to the liberal agenda, the United States military is poised and ready to strike, should North Korea’s dictator decide to follow through on his many threats.

The tiny dictatorship was given a lot to fear when President Trump made these comments:

According to Zerohedge, the POTUS isn’t waiting for the storm to come to him; he’s beginning it himself with the 7500 marines he sent to watch North Korea’s front door:

Just one week after uttering his now-infamous “this is the calm before the storm” statement to the press ahead of a dinner with military leaders, we now learn that President Trump has dispatched a second nuclear aircraft carrier, the USS Theodore Roosevelt, filled with 7,500 marines, to the Korean Peninsula.  Of course, this comes after rumors swirled earlier this week that North Korea is preparing to fire multiple short-range rockets around the opening of the Chinese Communist Party’s twice-a-decade congress on Oct. 18th.”

No matter how petted, pampered, or dictatorial Kim Jong-un is, he couldn’t possibly have thought that there would be no retaliation to his bold threats against the United States. As a nation, we’ve got a pretty great reputation for winning the fights we get involved in. After all, being one of the world’s superpowers with the greatest fighting force on the planet comes with not only bragging rights but the ability to follow through.

Here are a few details about the troops that were sent to the region:

“The USS Theodore Roosevelt, a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, is en route to the western Pacific after leaving San Diego port last week.

The Roosevelt will focus on maritime security operations in the Pacific and Middle East, the US military announced.

But the £3.4billion ($4.5billion) warship, known as “the Big Stick”, has been sent to boost US defence on the Korean peninsula, according to South Korean media.

It is expected to arrive in [the] region in the coming weeks amid fears North Korea is about to test another missile or nuclear weapon.

Per the following map from Stratfor, the USS Theodore Roosevelt will join the USS Ronald Reagan which is already operating in the region.”

Anyone who has had any dealings with Marines knows that those folks get things accomplished. Just imagine what 7,500 of them could do if deployed to deal with the threats being leveled at their beloved country.

And just in case you were worried that this was an empty threat, one Navy Admiral cleared up the state of mind and ability of the forces being sent to North Korea.

According to a statement from Admiral Steve Koehler, a strike group commander on the ship, the Roosevelt is carrying some 7,500 sailors and marines that are ‘ready as a war fighting force’.

 ‘The US Navy carrier strike group is the most versatile, capable force at sea,’ he said in a statement before the ship’s launch.

‘After nearly a year of training and integration exercises, the entire team is ready as a warfighting force and ready to carry out the nation’s tasking.’”

Many consider this move to be the action that the President was referring to in the video above. There’s little chance that when the President makes a threat, it will be an empty one, but it’s still surprising for those of us who had lost hope in our former military leader to see a strong move this quickly.

“Of course, as we noted above, this buildup of naval forces in the Pacific follows an ominous warning from the President last week that preceded a dinner with military leaders: ‘You guys know what this represents? Maybe it’s the calm before the storm,’ he said: “It could be the calm… before… the storm.”

A reporter quickly asked what the storm might be -‘“Is it Iran, ISIS, what’s the storm?’  to which he replied… ‘…you’ll find out.'”

And find out we did. Anyone who was worried about the safety of our country under Obama can now sleep in peace knowing that the situation is being handled. It may not make everyone happy that the President is matching every threat with a military action of his own, but sometimes you’ve just got to fight fire with fire and they’ll be happy when it stops us from being attacked. They’ll find out.

[H/T: Zerohedge]

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Kim Jong-un In Hiding After He Hears Who Is About To Send In ‘DECAPITATION UNIT’ To End Him

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The United States isn’t any stranger to international conflict. In fact, we’ve got a pretty good record for being on the winning side of large scale wars, thanks to a patented blend of diplomacy, an incredible elite fighting force, and a population that unites in times of turmoil and crisis. This information seems to be lost on the North Korean dictator however, as Kim Jong-un hands out threats to the United States and every country that might rally against him.

It should be noted that the threats and talks of war from North Korea against the United States have been unprovoked and seem to stem from an inner need to gain power by their petulant leader. Kim Jong-un comes from a ruling family that has a long-standing beef with their neighbors, South Korea. It has always been their fondest wish to reunite the two countries, under the Jong-un family reign of course.

Because of that well-known wish, America isn’t the only one bracing for war with the tiny dictatorship. South Korea is getting armed and ready, and they’ve got a specific mission; they want to cut the head off the beast, literally. The Independent reports about South Korea’s elite force, trained to deal with Kim Jong-un, should the opportunity arise:

“The last time South Korea is known to have plotted to assassinate the North Korean leadership, nothing went as planned.

Now, as Kim’s grandson, Kim Jong-un, accelerates his nuclear missile programme, South Korea is again targeting the North’s leadership. A day after North Korea conducted its sixth — and by far most powerful — nuclear test this month, the South Korean defence minister, Song Young-moo, told lawmakers in Seoul that a special forces brigade defence officials described as a “decapitation unit” would be established by the end of the year.

The unit has not been assigned to literally decapitate North Korean leaders. But that is clearly the menacing message South Korea is trying to send.

Defence officials said the unit could conduct cross-border raids with retooled helicopters and transport planes that could penetrate North Korea at night.”

This might be a relatively new threat for the United States to deal with, but South Korea has had the North Koreans in their face and making threats for quite some time. While it’s unfortunate for us that we’re being drawn into the issue, it’s probably seen as a great thing to the South Koreans that some attention is finally on the bullies that lie just to the north of them.

While it is unconventional for South Korea to be telegraphing their intentions, even that is a strategic move on the part of the threatened country:

Rarely does a government announce a strategy to assassinate a head of state, but South Korea wants to keep the North on edge and nervous about the consequences of further developing its nuclear arsenal. At the same time, the South’s increasingly aggressive posture is meant to help push North Korea into accepting President Moon Jae-in’s offer of talks.

While Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said the United States does not seek leadership change in North Korea, and the South Koreans say the new military tactics are meant to offset the North Korean threat, the capabilities they are building could be used pre-emptively.

The U.S. was pulled into this looming conflict because of the nuclear development and growing pointed threats from Jong-un. That being said, if this were to bloom into a full on world war, our involvement would be inevitable. The more likely end to this, considering the dire straits that the North Koreans are in, is that they’ll make one flailing effort to attack one of the allied countries, and be literally shot down on the spot.

It’s sad that it might have to come to that, but if they want to start a war, we are bound to have to finish it for them. The silver lining in all of that being that their people might finally be free if Kim Jong-un is successfully taken out of the picture.

More from our source about South Korea’s growing military efforts in the face of the North Korean threat:

Moon has vowed to expand the defence budget to 2.9 percent of South Korea’s gross domestic product during his term, from 2.4 percent, or $35.4 billion, as of this year. For next year, his government has proposed a budget of $38.1 billion, nearly $12 billion of it for weapons to defend against North Korea.

In a Twitter post last Tuesday, Trump said, “I am allowing Japan & South Korea to buy a substantially increased amount of highly sophisticated military equipment from the United States.”

South Korea has now introduced three arms-buildup programmes — Kill Chain; the Korea Air and Missile Defence programme; and the Korea Massive Punishment and Retaliation initiative, which includes the decapitation unit.

Under the Kill Chain programme, South Korea aims to detect impending missile attacks from North Korea and launch pre-emptive strikes.

North Korea hides missiles in its many underground tunnels. Switching to solid fuel has made some of its missiles easier to transport and faster to launch. In recent years, North Korea also has flight-tested missiles from submarines, which are tougher to detect.

And the potential consequences of accurate detection are huge.

Miscalculation could prompt an unwarranted pre-emptive strike, which could start a regional nuclear war. Speaking to a US congressional hearing in June, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph F. Dunford Jr, said, “We will see casualties, unlike anything we’ve seen in 60 or 70 years.”

Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities are crucial, said Daniel A. Pinkston, a defence expert at the Seoul campus of Troy University. Without those capabilities, “they would be ‘shooting blind’ because the missile units could not identify the targets,” he added.

[H/T: The Independent]

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Obama’s Trump Obsession Just Reached SICK New Level With What He Was Just Caught Doing in D.C.

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Obama has had an extremely difficult time relinquishing the power he was held as president of the Untied States, as he now spends his time obsessing with ways to take President Trump out with his “shadow government.” As Obama’s antics continue to rage on, now we’re learning that Obama’s malicious plans to destroy the next president began before Trump was even sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.

Despite Obama’s promise to support the incoming president, Obama’s actions have told a completely different story. Back in July, Obama violated federal law by secretly meeting with South Korean President Moon to discuss “dealing with Trump.” Meeting with foreign diplomats as civilian is a serious violation of the Logan act, and can carry an up to 20 year prison sentence.

Obama’s meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in

After breaking federal law to subvert a sitting president, Obama has only grown more brazen in his efforts to destroy Trump. Shortly after announcing that he’d be making his political “comeback” this fall, we’re now learning about the outlandish list of instructions that Obama left in the Oval Office for Trump, where he detailed ways that Trump should conduct himself as president. While it’s customary for the out-going president to write a letter to his predecessor, it’s not meant to be a civic’s lesson or policy advice for the in-coming president like Obama’s letter was.

It’s absolutely ridiculous that Obama, who wiped his backside with the Constitution for the past 8 years, is seriously going to lecture Trump about what’s acceptable behavior for a sitting president. Shortly after Obama’s letter surfaced a few days ago, pissed off Americans took to twitter to publicly call Obama out on his ridiculous ongoing attempts to still act like he’s the president of the Untied States.

“The Usurper who trampled upon the Constitution, spied upon millions, trying to lecture an opponent who exposed him as such,” one person tweeted.

George W. Bush wrote a nice, short, and personal warm letter where he doesn’t give any advice whatsoever on what to do as far as policy is concerned,” Freedom Daily’s Al Waisman stated.” But Barry just can’t seem to control himself. He just had to go into political issues and suggest that President Trump is an elitist rich guy who has no idea what being a normal person is like.” Obama’s letter read:

Dear Mr. President –

Congratulations on a remarkable run. Millions have placed their hopes in you, and all of us, regardless of party, should hope for expanded prosperity and security during your tenure.

This is a unique office, without a clear blueprint for success, so I don’t know that any advice from me will be particularly helpful. Still, let me offer a few reflections from the past 8 years.

First, we’ve both been blessed, in different ways, with great good fortune. Not everyone is so lucky. It’s up to us to do everything we can [to] build more ladders of success for every child and family that’s willing to work hard.

Second, American leadership in this world really is indispensable. It’s up to us, through action and example, to sustain the international order that’s expanded steadily since the end of the Cold War, and upon which our own wealth and safety depend.
Third, we are just temporary occupants of this office. That makes us guardians of those democratic institutions and traditions — like rule of law, separation of powers, equal protection and civil liberties — that our forebears fought and bled for. Regardless of the push and pull of daily politics, it’s up to us to leave those instruments of our democracy at least as strong as we found them.
And finally, take time, in the rush of events and responsibilities, for friends and family. They’ll get you through the inevitable rough patches.

And finally, take time, in the rush of events and responsibilities, for friends and family. They’ll get you through the inevitable rough patches.

Michelle and I wish you and Melania the very best as you embark on this great adventure, and know that we stand ready to help in any ways which we can.

Good luck and Godspeed,
BO

It’s absolutely sickening the lengths Obama is going to in order to keep himself in power. In addition to lecturing Trump on how to do his job in this ridiculous letter, Obama has been desperately trying to take over as president following the hurricane, pretending to care about the victims where he tweeted out: “Thank you to all the first responders and people helping each other out. That’s what we do as Americans.”

Keep in mind this is the same clown who couldn’t be bothered to cut his vacation at Martha’s Vineyard short last August, when the entire state of Louisiana was under water from the catastrophic floods that left 13 Louisianans dead and 40,000 homeless.

While we hoped this treasonous man would drive off into the sunset on his golf cart, Obama isn’t showing any signs of relinquishing his throne quite yet. And with his vow to make a comeback into politics this fall, we need to closely keep our eye on this clown, as he has endless resources at his disposal to harass and undermine Trump’s presidency.

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